Review of “Kill Shakespeare: Issue #12”

KillShakespeare_12So I am going to resist the urge to include spoilers here. As a result, I will not tell you whether this ends as a tragedy or a comedy. You will have to read it and discover for yourself. I will say that I thought it ended all. All’s well that ends well, right?

There is a great line (and no, I’m not giving away who speaks it – no spoilers). “We are as flawed as our maker is. And that is beauteous and divine.” I love this line. We all like to hold up an ideal as our god, something perfect to which we can never hope to attain. But if we were truly created in the image of the divine, and we are flawed, it stands to reason that our creator is also flawed. And yes, those flaws are what makes us unique, beautiful, and divine. Today, I think I will be grateful for the imperfections that make me who I am.

I am slightly sad that this series has come to an end. I really enjoyed it and will probably read it again at some point. If you have been reading this also, I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have. Read on!

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